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The Daily Dispatch: August 20, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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lar fact connected with our blockade-running vessels, to which, we think, the attention of the Navy Department ought to be directed, if it has not already been. Only a single one of them has been lost while under the command of officers of the navy! Officers of the navy, in the meanwhile, have commanded many of them and made many trips. The Coquette, for instance, which was the most indifferent of all our ships, and which has now been sold, made nine round trips under the command of Lieutenant Carter, and saved them every one, clearing for the Government at least six hundred thousand dollars. The Robert E. Lee, the best ship we had, was successful in all her numerous trips, as long as she was under the command of Lieutenant Wilkinson. The first trip she made after the command had been transferred to a person who was not an officer of the navy she was beached and captured, or sunk. While the officers of the navy have been successful in all their many trips except one, every s
The Daily Dispatch: August 20, 1864., [Electronic resource], A Renegade Richmond telegraph operator on the peace movement. (search)
theft; whereupon Dawson flew into a passion and threatened to whip him. For the defence, a witness stated that Dawson entered Walton's room for the purpose of getting some smoking tobacco, and while he was in the room he (the witness) stood at the door; he did not remain in there over five minutes, and when he came out, himself and Dawson went into an adjoining room to smoke, occupying about ten or fifteen minutes in the operation. On the evening of the 13th, the accused was arrested by officer Carter on a warrant charging him with the offence. Dawson's good character was also to. Both of the parties are employees at the Southern Express office. The Mayor bailed the accused in the sum of $500 for his appearance to answer the charge before the Examining Court of Magistrates. Jacob Hocftich, charged with cruelly and inhumanly beating a little negro girl living with him, and who was committed on Tuesday to await the issue of the whipping, was again brought up for a hearing. The
Midlothian notice. --The following hands left the Midlothian Mines on the 13th of May with the Yankee raiders. A liberal reward will be paid for their apprehension and delivery at the mines or confinement in jail. John C. Stanard, Secretary. No.Slaves' Names.Owners' Names. 1.Ben. Turpin,Mrs. Turpin. 2.Cato Carter,P. M. Tabb & Son, Agents. 3.Jim Christian,P. M. Tabb & Son, Agents. 4.Sam Peed,P. M. Tabb & Son, Agents. 5.David Wilson,P. M. Tabb & Son, Agents. 6.Charles Cullen,Doctor Cullen. 7.Bingey Jones,John W. Jones. 8.Isaac Jones,John W. Jones. 9.Edmond Harrison,Mr. White. 10.William Blunt,Mr. White. 11.Walter Blunt,Mr. White. 12.Jim Harrison,Mr. White. 13.Geo. Shelton,Mr. Smith. 14.Green Lacy,Mrs. Lacy. 15.Geo. Johnson,Peyton Johnson. 16.Israel Crouch,Free man. 17.Isaac Green,Mr. Phillips, Agent. 18.Junius Harris,James M. Harris. 19.John Pulliam,Mrs. S. J. Pulliam. 20.Jacob Powell,Mrs. Powell. 21.Jim Howard,Free man. 22.John Trabue,Macon Tra